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  • Benefits of Yoga Nidra

    Benefits of Yoga Nidra

    In our busy lives most of us experience too much stress. It is unhealthy as it can cause illness, sleeplessness and even burn-outs. In many cases we recognise the signs of stress too late. A lot of people don’t take a break or the time to unwind and those signs are often neglected. Some of…


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  • What it’s like not to be me

    What it’s like not to be me

    We have to start with the idea that there is no me, or you actually. We have to say that there is just so the ego has something to hold onto in hopes of making sense of everything around us that we call this life. However, there is no you. Only the idea of you…


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  • The Practice

    The Practice

    Why do we do yoga? If you look at what you find in the mainstream it’s pretty much seen as exercise to make you feel better, get more flexible and to relieve some stress. All of these things are actually just side effects of the practice itself. There are many types of yoga, and group…


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  • Karma Yoga Program

    Karma Yoga Program

    Karma yoga is the act of selfless service and it’s important in the yoga community for many reasons. The first and foremost, as in all things yoga, to subdue the mind. The ego is the false sense of self and in yoga we are trying to separate from the ego and connect to our true…


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  • Same story, different angle

    Same story, different angle

    My previous entry was about letting go of the asana in hopes of letting go of a piece of the ego at the same time. This is going to be a recurring theme because I truly feel the goal, the true purpose, of practicing yoga is lost in the western world. “Be the change you…


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  • Get your head out of your asana!

    Get your head out of your asana!

    Yoga as we have come to know it in the western world has been shaped into an exercise for good health and well being. There is nothing wrong with that as it has had such a positive impact on the lives of many and has opened the door to bigger and better things in peoples…


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  • The bastardisation of yoga

    The bastardisation of yoga

    First let’s start with the definition of the word bastard. It should be clear that I’m being proper in my usage of words and not writing this from an emotional place of anger or discontent with the yoga world. Even if that were also to be true. More on that later though. A bastard is…


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  • When asana goes too far…

    When asana goes too far…

    I just saw a post on social media of someone being forcefully pushed into an asana by a man with a nice, big and round pot belly. This stirs many thoughts in my usually empty and quiet mind. Yoga is not about beautifully getting into the perfect position so we shouldn’t ever force our bodies…


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  • Finding Inspiration

    Finding Inspiration

    Today I have none and the more I try to find some the harder it becomes. My inbox is full and my to do list is long. If something isn’t an urgent priority it just doesn’t matter to me today. Mail will go unanswered and bills will go unpaid. I’m in the office but my…


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  • No Excuses

    No Excuses

    During my time in India I was fortunate enough to meet a beautiful woman named Simona who is traveling the world in a wheel chair. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few years back and it hasn’t slowed her down. There is so much light in her eyes and fire in her heart that…


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